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Redshoes

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Re: Till Losses
« Reply #100 on: 30-07-20, 05:35AM »
You will be fine. It would only trigger an investigation if you gave out the £37 change.

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Re: Till Losses
« Reply #101 on: 30-07-20, 09:52AM »
So it definitely won't show as being £37 over what it should be if £40 had been paid??? As I say I put the £3 given in the till but obviously didn't gieve any change as none was needed.

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Re: Till Losses
« Reply #102 on: 30-07-20, 09:57AM »
Navy ninja,  this happens to everyone from time to time  , even the most experienced till operators,  it definitely will not affect the balance of your till , dont worry .

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Re: Till Losses
« Reply #103 on: 31-07-20, 07:42AM »
It won't trigger an investigation and if someone else has made a mistake that day and the whole day is looked at it will be dismissed as it will show very clearly what has happened and as such nothing worth looking into.